January 8th 2014 3:01 pm

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First Looks

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Engadget Jan 8, 2014

... the overall user experience zips along smoothly and briskly. There's hardly any hesitation when effecting input actions, accessing the app drawer or launching applications. And viewing angles are also excellent, owing to that IPS display ... As for its materials and build, the all-plastic X1...

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SlashGear Jan 9, 2014

... despite the phone being rather large in size, it feels really solid. Keeping in mind we had just a few minutes to play, the phone seems to perform rather well. Of course, with the Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM that likely comes with a bit less in terms of surprise.

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Android Central Jan 9, 2014

The X1 runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with Hisense's own custom UI, which focuses on flat icons and pastel colors, and performance is just as speedy as we'd expect from the hardware.

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Android Police Jan 8, 2014

It was definitely very responsive and quick, a trait we've come to expect of Qualcomm's top-tier processor, and while the size was substantial ... I doubt Xperia Z Ultra or FonePad owners would be shocked by the X1. Build quality felt decent, though it's hard to judge ...

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Android Community Jan 9, 2014

Despite being on the larger size, and likely not very pocketable — the X1 seems to be a solid handset. The construction feels good and there is also 4G LTE connectivity.

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